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#F1Chat Preview – Malaysian GP Review

There's lots to discuss on #F1Chat this week after an exciting Malaysian Grand Prix, so here's what we'll be discussing… First of all, what did you think of the race? Daniel Ricciardo had a great start to the race, but it soon turned into a race to forget after an error by the Red Bull team in the third round of pitstops. The team let the Australian go before his left-front wheel was secured properly, for which he received a 10 second stop-go penalty, followed by a 10-place grid-drop for next week's race in Bahrain. Ricciardo was forced to retire after suffering front wing damage on returning to the track when his wheel was finally secured. What did you think about the double penalty?...
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